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Coppertone And Other Favorites Return To Ochre House Theater

Every day on Art&Seek, we’re talking to people who have tips for virtual art experiences.  Share yours with us on Facebook, Instagram, or @artandseek on Twitter. Click above to listen to Matthew Posey, Artistic Director and Founder of Ochre House Theater, share his tip with KERA’s Nilufer Arsala. 

Matthew Posey, Artistic Director and Founder of... | Read More

She May Be The Spookiest Woman On TV Right Now

Every day on Art&Seek, we’re talking to people who have tips on art in the time of social distancing.  Share yours with us on Facebook, Instagram, or @artandseek on Twitter. Click above to listen to Art&Seek senior reporter Jerome Weeks share his tip with KERA’s Nilufer Arsala.

It’s not like Dallas performer Gail Cronauer hasn’t played haunting characters... | Read More

Check Out Deep Ellum’s Mural Art For The BLM Movement

Deep Ellum is known for its funky murals, unique businesses and down-to-earth locals. Right now, it features some of the most eye-catching and thought-provoking street-art in honor of George Floyd and in support of the Black Lives Matter Movement.

Art has always been a coping mechanism and a way to inspire change. Many artists are using their medium to speak out and connect with... | Read More

Dallas Audio Engineer Helps Raise Money For Black Lives Matter Fund

Marshall Pruitt said he doesn’t know how to do a lot of things, but recording music is one he’s good at. That’s why the Dallas audio engineer for Chemical Street Studio has organized free sessions, for those who donate $250 to the Black Lives Matter fund.

Marshall Pruitt, a Dallas audio engineer for Chemical Street Studio, has organized... | Read More

TACA Gives Final Grants From Emergency Arts Relief Fund

Thanks to a $100,000 grant from the Meadows Foundation to the Emergency Arts Relief Fund, TACA announced its third and final round of grants to seven arts organizations. The arts groups are to receive $20,000 each at the end of the month.

The fund provides grants to North Texas arts groups experiencing a loss of revenue during the COVID-19 pandemic. Back in late March, TACA announced... | Read More

Meadows Museum Opens With Photographs From A Barcelona Archive

Every day on Art&Seek, we’re talking to people who have tips on art in the time of social distancing.  Share yours with us on Facebook, Instagram, or @artandseek on Twitter. Click above to listen to Meadows Museum Director Mark Roglán share his tip with KERA’s Nilufer Arsala. 

The Meadows Museum on the SMU campus houses the largest collection of Spanish art outside of Spain.... | Read More

Fort Worth Symphony’s Music Director Says Goodbye After 20 Years

The Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra will host a special televised performance on July 4th at Dickies Arena.

The FWSO’s America Strong concert will be broadcast by WFAA on Channel 8 at 9 p.m. on July 4. The concert will also be available to watch on the FWSO’s website for two weeks following the event.

It’ll be the first time the orchestra will perform live since... | Read More

On The Couch: Overcoats

Usually, KXT and Art&Seek record musicians outdoors and in unusual spaces for our “On The Road” series. But times are different now.  Introducing “On The Road Couch.” Get an inside look at some of your favorite KXT artists’ homes as they perform from the comfort of their own couch.

With exquisite harmonies and poignant lyricism, Brooklyn duo Overcoats took a break from... | Read More

Welcome Back To The Amon Carter Museum

Every day on Art&Seek, we’re talking to people who have tips for art in the time of social distancing. Click above to hear the Amon Carter’s Kimberly Daniell share her tips on what to enjoy there with KERA’s Nilufer Arsala. 

The Amon Carter Museum of American Art re-opened on June 19 with a slew of new safety protocols to ensure a safe and healthy environment inside the... | Read More

Fourth Of July Events: Fireworks & Fun Across North Texas

Whether you want to watch your fireworks virtually or in person, we’ll show you where to find the BOOM! in the North Texas area.... | Read More
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